I remember years ago wanting to give up smoking and always saying next week, next month, tomorrow etc. By the time the self-promised dead line arrived I just didn't feel ready.
Anyway, I woke up one and day and thought to myself. "Today is the day". And that was that. Instinctively I knew that was it.. and it was.
I wish I could feel the same about the c25k.
I DO wish I had someone to run with, but it is just so convenient to just step out the door when you have the time and are ready without waiting for a certain time or day. I say I wish I had someone to run with but what I WANT is to be brave enough to run alone. I just keep remembering the terror of my last panic attack out running All doc's tests say I am very healthy! I guess it's just my brain trying to protect me from perceived 'danger' that I have experienced before... good old brain... doing what it is supposed to do BUT it doesn't know that it really is ok now. There there brain, it's fine,thanks for helping protect me but let me show you it really is ok. Ha! I can say the words but believing it and putting it into practice will take great focusing and courage.
I've been running to the shop and back as little testers, results were just a bit achey in my shoulders that went after stopping. The cold is off putting too! what a time of year to start!
I'm hoping something will trigger me to start out there today!